David Loughrey's take on Christmas-time television.
A drizzling Dunedin day, combined with the delicacy of
Dacron, derailed the annual Santa Parade yesterday.
An Environment Court challenge that could have stopped the
realignment of Lovelock Ave, in Dunedin's Botanic Garden, has
Runners feeling exhausted after finishing the gruelling 60km
Kepler Challenge at Te Anau on Saturday might spare a thought
for Malcolm Law, who has just completed not one but seven
such challenges in the past seven days.
The Southern Festival of Speed 1/8 mile standing sprint held
on Saturday, in Princes St, Dunedin, has been deemed a
success, and organisers are planning to run the event again
A drizzling Dunedin day, doubled with the delicacy of dacron,
derailed the annual Santa Parade for the first time in its
Their life was short, probably brutal, and death took them
long ago, but a group of dinosaurs and their eggs are finally
getting a world trip to die for.
Local body political grouping Greater Dunedin has begun its
electioneering for next year with an attack on the city
council of which it is a part.
Dunedin cycle trail enthusiasts are getting together to try
to extract government funding for the city's trails, in an
initiative they say could have extensive benefits for
Dunedin residents will have two recycling bins if the latest
city council "preferred option" is adopted.
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